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2001 seat Leon cupra clutch pedal fell to the floor

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  1. Kanekerry

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    Hi guys I’m new to the forum, I brought a 2001 seat Leon cupra a couple of months ago and everything has been fine. I went to stay round my partners house last night and my clutch was fine the whole way there. I then went to leave this morning and as I put my foot on the clutch it just fell straight to the floor and is now stuck on her drive. Can anyone please help me with answers?
     
  2. Leon20vt4

    Leon20vt4 Active Member

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    After I replaced my transmission it did the same thing.

    Check the level of brake fluid in reservoir

    Then get down there with your hand and pump the pedal push and pull back and forth. See if it stiffens up again



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  3. Leon20vt4

    Leon20vt4 Active Member

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    Normally this happens with a blown slave or master clutch cylinder, or air / leak in the system


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    Brimfull Active Member

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    +1 on this

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  5. jt20vt

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    If not the above could be faulty pedal bracket was common on the early Mk1 Leon Cupra and MK3 Ibiza Cupra
    Also Welcome to the forum.
     
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